This is a list of the most recent research publications by members of the Centre for the Study of Jewish Culture, Society and Politics. Full publication lists can be obtained by visiting the appropriate staff profile on our People page. Open access copies of the publications are available via Durham Research Online.
Almog, Yael (2019). Secularism and Hermeneutics. University of Pennsylvania Press.
Almog, Yael (2020). Walter Benjamin's World of Things. Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory 19(3): 393-403.
Baron, Ilan Zvi, Galia Press-Barnathan (2021) Foodways and Foodwashing: Israeli Cookbooks and the Politics of Culinary Zionism, International Political Sociology.
Baron, Ilan Zvi (2018). How to Save Politics in a Post-Truth Era: Thinking Through Difficult Times. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Egorova, Yulia (2018). Jews and Muslims in South Asia: Reflections on Difference, Religion and Race. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jones, Clive & Guzansky, Yoel (2019). Fraternal Enemies: Israel and the Gulf Monarchies. Hurst/Oxford University Press.
Leshem, Noam & Pinkerton, Alasdair (2019). Rethinking expeditions: On critical expeditionary practice. Progress in Human Geography 43(3): 496-514.
Poulton, Emma (2020). Tackling antisemitism within English football: a critical analysis of policies and campaigns using a multiple streams approach. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 12(1): 25-47.
Roth, Zoë (2019). “You can change your noses, but you can’t change your Moses” Olfactory Aesthetics and the Jewish “Race”. L'Esprit Créateur 59(2): 72-87.
Sandy, Mark (2021). Transatlantic Transformations of Romanticism: Aesthetics, Subjectivity and the Environment. Edinburgh University Press.
Weeks, Stuart (2020). A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Ecclesiastes. Volume 1. London: Bloomsbury.